2020 was perhaps the most challenging year in GNCA’s history, but it was also been one of our best years. While the COVID-19 crisis has prevented us from gathering together since January, we have found new ways to bring the community together and continue to fulfill our organization’s mission. Here is a list of some […]
The third issue of the GNCA Journal has just been published. This issue’s theme is “My 2021”. One new feature we are introducing is “Nashville Profiles”, in which we chronicle some of the extraordinary stories of the people our local community. GNCA Journal is still primarily a Chinese language publication, but even if you can’t […]
This year’s online Gala was a rousing success, and the videos are up. Unable to watch the event live? Want to see your favorite performances again? Had a bad connection when watching live? Then check out the links below. Please also subscribe to our newly updated Youtube channel. We will be putting all future video […]
Join us Saturday, February 6 at 6:30pm on Zoom to welcome the Year of the Ox with an evening of amazing performances! Click on the link below to view our official online invitation and e-playbill, including a list of performances, sponsors, and all the other details: Zoom Link You can also enter the meeting ID […]
Here’s a taste of what we’re preparing for the GNCA 2021 Chinese New Year Online Gala on February 6. Look for all the details in our “e-playbill” coming soon!
Chinese New Year is just around the corner! Please join us online on Saturday, February 6 to welcome the Year of the Ox with an evening of amazing performances from our community. Mark your calendars now and stay tuned for more updates as we count down to the big night!
We will host our 2021 Chinese New Year Online Gala on Saturday, February 6, 2021. As much as we have been looking forward to gathering for our largest annual event, it has become clear that a theater full of spectators just won’t be possible this year. Fortunately, we know from our last two online events […]
This issue’s theme is “My Hometown”. For many in our community, their hometown is on the other side of the world; for others, especially our younger members, Nashville is their hometown. “My Hometown” attempts to show the different ideas we all have about our hometowns.
Early voting has begun for the 2020 election! As of October 16, over 625,000 of registered voters in Tennessee have already voted. We want to make sure Middle Tennessee’s Chinese community is fully represented — whoever you support. The Tennessee Secretary of State has a great page with all the information you need: deadlines, poll […]
The Census Bureau recently extended the deadline for filling out the census to October 5. If you haven’t done so yet, take the census now!